Bioenergy Australia 2015 Annual Conference - Tasmania
Find out more details (including how to submit an Abstract and Sponsorship opportunities) on the Bioenergy Australia 2015 Conference webpage
Interested in Sponsoring this year's Conference? Find out more.
Bioenergy Business Breakfasts
Bioenergy Australia is pleased to present a series of countrywide Bioenergy Business Breakfasts
- Sydney - 13 May 2015 - Advanced Biofuels - Commercial Status and Prospects - Business Breakfast presentations now available:
Brisbane - 26 June 2015 - Showcasing Queensland's biogas projects - big and small
Melbourne - 11 August 2015 - more details coming soon.
Bioenergy Australia hosts IEA Bioenergy Task Webinars
- 4 March 2015 - Task 38 - Climate Change effects of biomass and bioenergy systems.
- Presenters - Annette Cowie (NTL Task 38) and Miguel Brandão - 'Application of LCA in quantifying the Climate Change effects of bioenergy'.
23 April 2015 Task 42 - Biorefining - Sustainable processing of biomass into a spectrum of marketable bio-based products and bioenergy
- Presenters - Geoff Bell (NTL Task 42) and Gerfried Jungmeier - 'An economic perspective on today's modern biorefineries'.
- 5 May 2015 - Task 37 - Energy from Biogas
- Presenters - Bernadette McCabe (NTL Task 37) and Steve Brewster (ADI Asia Pacific) - 'Biogas in Australia - an Update; and important elements of a successful biogas project'.
Bioenergy Australia Periodic/Quarterly Meetings
The presentations from recent meetings are available for downloading
Presentations from the 18th Sept Bioenergy Australia quarterly meeting
IEA BIOENERGY WEBINAR SERIES 2014
- IEA Bioenergy Task 37 - Energy from Biogas - download the presentations
- IEA Bioenergy Task 43 - Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Markets - download the presentations
Find out more about our participation in IEA Bioenergy Tasks here.
Bioenergy in Australia - Status and Opportunties Report
A major report, Bioenergy in Australia - status and opportunities is essential reading for those who want to come to grips with this subject
Pacific Pyrolysis carbon negative energy technology
Dr Adriana Downie from Pacific Pyrolysis talks about a slow pyrolysis technology that produces both energy and biochar. The technology not only produces bioenergy, it also produces a biochar that can be used as a soil amendment. This interview was filmed at the 2011 Bioenergy Australia Conference, and is based on a presentation given at that conference.
The Bioenergy Australia website bioenergyaustralia.org/ provides authoritative information on bioenergy, including interviews with experts on many aspects of biomass and bioenergy.